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Holocaust Remembrance – Teacher Resources

Millions of Jews and non-Jewish civilians were killed by the Nazis during the Holocaust. Use these activities, articles, and references to educate students about this horrific time-period in world history. You will find Internet resources, literature guides, and social studies printables for discussing diversity, acceptance, stereotypes, prejudice, bigotry, and anti-Semitism. World War II history resources will help your class understand the scale and severity of atrocities during the Holocaust.


The Holocaust
World War II Printable Book (5-12)
Crack the Code -- The Holocaust
Number the Stars Character Jeopardy
Chronology of World War II
Holocaust Fact or Opinion
Once Discussion Guide
More Popular Holocaust Remembrance Printables


Jerry Spinelli on Milkweed
Holocaust Remembrance Day (Yom HaShoah)

Holocaust Remembrance Activities for Art

Holocaust Tile
Holocaust Poster

Mathematics & Holocaust Remembrance Connected

Holocaust Facts and Figures
Measure My Head -- Holocaust Activity

Holocaust Resources for Language Arts

Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl Discussion Guide
Number the Stars
Holocaust Words
The ABC's of the Holocaust
Newscast from Berlin
Pack Your Bags
More Holocaust Resources for Language Arts

Literature & Holocaust Remembrance Connected

Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl Discussion Guide
Number the Stars
Number the Stars Character Jeopardy
Holocaust Cinquain
The Anne Frank and Miep Gies Connection
World War II: Letter to the President
Make the Grade -- Holocaust Literature
More Literature Resources for Holocaust Remembrance

Diversity Resources

Strategies for Teaching Culturally Diverse Students
Same Name Word Puzzle
Similar and Different
Celebrations Around the World
Seedfolks Teacher's Guide
An Immigrant's Story
More Diversity Resources for Teachers

Social Studies & Holocaust Remembrance Connected

Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl Discussion Guide
Number the Stars
WWII Printables Slideshow
Nuremberg Law
Thinking about Prejudice
German Nazi Takeover: 1933-1944
Holocaust Who's Who
More Holocaust Resources for Social Studies

World War II Resources

Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl Discussion Guide
Number the Stars
WWII Printables Slideshow
Number the Stars Character Jeopardy
Star of David & Prejudice (Graphic Organizer)
Take a Risk -- The Holocaust
More World War II Teacher Resources

Peace-Building Activities

Resolving Conflicts
What Is War?
Treaty of Versailles
Paper Doll Cut-Outs
Human Rights and Responsibilities
United Nations Day History and Activities
More International Day of Peace – Teacher Resources

Cross-Cultural Counseling Resources

More Cross-Cultural Counseling Resources

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